Inventory of the Michigan Logging Photograph Collection, circa 1900
Abstract: The collection includes four photographs and a negative of a loggers in Michigan around 1900. Related correspondence describes the scenes depicted in the photographs.
Title: Michigan Logging Photograph Collection, circa 1900
Repository: Forest History Society Library and Archives
Call Number: 2891
Language of Material: Material in English
Extent: 0.25 linear feet (4 photographs, 1 negative, and correspondence)
The collection includes four photographs and a negative of a loggers in Michigan around 1900. Related correspondence describes the scenes depicted in the photographs.
- Photographs, Negative, and Correspondence, circa 1900
- Logging -- Michigan -- History -- 20th century
- Logging -- Michigan -- Photographs
Detailed Description of the Collection
1. Photographs, Negative, and Correspondence, circa 1900.
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[Identification of item], Michigan Logging Photograph Collection, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
Received from Dr. Peter J. Murphy from the Department of Forest Science at the University of Alberta, Edmonton.
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Encoded by Amanda Ross, June 2009
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